Sky Sports is expected to use a revolving roster of its existing presenters to front its live football coverage as it seeks a replacement for Richard Keys, who was forced to resign this week amid a sexism row. Jeff Stelling and Ben Shepherd are expected to be at the front of the queue as the broadcaster hurriedly seeks to reshape its coverage in the short term to cope with the departure of Keys and their star pundit Andy Gray, who was sacked on Tuesday. Before his resignation yesterday, Keys insisted that there was no “inherent sexism” at Sky Sports amid persistent allegations of a culture that was bullying and degrading to women. But Gabby Logan, the BBC presenter whom Keys named as one of those he had helped break into television, said today that if she was to compare Sky Sports with the corporation and ITV, “there was much more of a highly charged machismo and sexual banter in the office at Sky”. Writing on her blog, she added: “I am sure there are many young men and women who have only worked at Sky, who think that is the way it is in TV. My experience says that’s not… Read full this story
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